Show #6538 - Wednesday, February 6, 2013

2013 Teen Tournament semifinal game 1.

Contestants

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William Crouch, a sophomore from Warner Robins, Georgia

Irene Vazquez, an eighth grader from Houston, Texas

Barrett Block, a senior from Lexington, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

HEY, I JUST MET YOU
THIS IS CRAZY
BUT HERE'S MY NUMBER
SO CALL ME
MAY "B"
YEAH, WE WENT THERE
    $200 21
This "Call Me Maybe" singer got together with Matthew Koma, one of her co-writers on her album "Kiss"
    $200 1
Call me nuts--I'm fighting a guy called "The Concussor" in this 8-sided cage for a UFC title
    $200 16
Total stripes on the U.S. flag
    $200 26
The Bard of Avon & also the Swan of Avon: either way, he told a few tales
    $200 2
Give me a nice French "good day"
    $200 4
We stopped by the magnificent Cliffs of Moher on this Emerald Isle
    $400 22
This singer had his manager call up Selena Gomez' manager (her mom) to set up a meeting; they dated for 2 years
    $400 8
For my root canal, the dentist offered me laughing gas, this compound; I just laughed
    $400 17
It's the time signature of the music shown here
    $400 27
Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy, Diddy...whatever. He was born with this name
    $400 3
Oh, Jeeves! It's the job title of a household's chief male servant
    DD: $2,200 12
Made it to the top of 22,600-foot Ojos del Salado, one of the highest peaks in this mountain range
    $600 23
It's no gossip, girl; she played Ryan Reynolds' love interest in "Green Lantern" & reprised the role in real life
    $600 9
I'm popping one of these on my bike, with the front wheel off the ground (but I have my helmet on, ma)
    $600 18
Total number of syllables in a haiku, or in this clue now
    $600 28
Scarface, a 1920s gangster
    $600 5
A European brown bear (who dreams of going to UCLA?)
    $600 13
Soaked up Australia's Gold Coast for the "Quicksilver Pro" that kicks off the world tour of this sport
    $800 24
Singer Jason Derulo saw this "Sparkle" idol in a new light after a show together in the Bahamas
    $800 10
See that big lump of this green Japanese horseradish? I'm eating it in one bite
    $800 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew displays a pentagon on the monitor.) Three triangles form an equilateral polygon, so you can figure out that this is the number of degrees in each interior angle of the polygon
    $800 29
"The Great": oh, more specific? The Russian royal...even more? The 18th century female one
    $800 6
5-letter word for supreme happiness, be it wedded or eternal
    $800 14
Great snorkeling in this large bay off Chittagong & Chennai
    $1000 25
Miley Cyrus met him on the set of "The Last Song"; he proposed in 2012 with a 3.5-carat diamond ring
    $1000 11
I'm jumping between buildings & doing crazy flips & rolls, all part of this discipline aka free running
    $1000 20
Number of zeroes after the 1 in a googol
    $1000 30
"Boss" who milked New York City dry in the 1860s
    $1000 7
A body-covering garment having a veiled opening for the eyes, worn by Muslim women
    $1000 15
Paid my respects at the Gandan Monastery in this capital city of Mongolia

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Barrett Irene William
$2,600 $3,600 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barrett Irene William
$3,800 $9,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY, FEDERAL RESERVE!
VOCABULARY
ART & ARTISTS
I SAW THAT ON TV
SLICES OF ORANGE
ANATOM"E"
    $400 21
One spur to create a central banking system was the 1907 financial event called this type of overpowering fear
    $400 1
The term "smog" is a blending of these 2 words
    $400 14
"Acrobat on a Ball" is from this Spaniard's Rose Period
    $400 3
Ex-major leaguer Jeff Kent headed to the Philippines & was part of the Kalabaw tribe on this show
    $400 26
This type of orange preserve similar to jam or jelly contains bits of rind
    $400 6
Useful in nudging, this hinge joint is formed by the meeting of the humerus with the radius & ulna
    $800 22
The Fed controls how much money is out there partly by buying or selling T-bills, "T" for this cabinet department
    $800 2
Often a misdemeanor, it means to linger in a place for no real reason
    $800 15
Stuart Davis was influenced by this 20th c. music style; the title of his 1940s "Mellow Pad" echoes the slang of its musicians
    $800 4
"Outback Wrangler" & "Swamp Men" are shows on this channel's "Wild"
    $800 27
Otto the Orange is the mascot of this university in New York State
    $800 7
This outer layer of skin is thicker on the palms of the hands & the soles of the feet
    $1200 25
There are 12 Federal Reserve Banks; the one for the 12th district is based in this city
    $1200 11
Mum's a word for this flower with a longer name
    $1200 18
Painting en plein air, meaning here, was a big part of Impressionism, though Degas wasn't interested
    $1200 5
He caught passes for the Bengals; now he's Al Michaels' partner on "Sunday Night Football"
    $1200 28
Valve's Orange Box package contains 5 video games, including this doorway-creating game
    $1200 8
This hard tissue that covers the crown of a tooth is not living & contains no nerves
    $1600 24
The Fed raises interest rates when it's worried about this, a steady rise in consumer prices
    $1600 12
Depending on how you pronounce it, it can be a substance burned for its fragrance, or it can mean to anger someone
    $1600 19
In the 1480s, he sketched "The Horse and Rider", seen here
    $1600 16
Dr. Lee Rosen leads a team with superhuman abilities on this Syfy show
    $1600 29
Created because of perceived sexism in the Booker Prize, the Orange Prize is awarded to women in this endeavor
    $1600 9
The name of this flap of cartilage comes from the Greek for "above" & "tongue"
    $2000 23
This current Fed chairman is the author of a book on the Great Depression
    $2000 13
Having all 5 vowels in alphabetical order, it means cleverly amusing, but it can also be snarky in tone
    DD: $4,000 20
The last work of this recorder of Parisian nightlife was "An Examination at the Faculty of Medicine" in 1901
    $2000 17
It's not a stretch to say Jake the Dog plays viola with his girlfriend Lady Rainicorn on this Cartoon Network show
    $2000 30
In 1647 Mary of Orange's husband, William II, became stadholder in what's now this country
    DD: $5,000 10
This other name for the auditory tube honors an Italian anatomist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barrett Irene William
$26,400 $14,000 $8,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS ASIANS
When this diplomat met the singer Psy in 2012, he said, "until 2 days ago...I was the most famous Korean in the world"

Final scores:

Barrett Irene William
$28,001 $100 $0
Finalist 2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barrett Irene William
$21,400 $12,200 $8,000
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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